Final Numbers on Indiana 2012 Crop

first_img Indiana corn production in 2012 totaled 597.0 million bushels, 29 percent below last year’s 839.5 million bushels. Corn acreage harvested for grain totaled 6.03 million, up 5 percent from 2011. The average yield of 99 bushels per acre is 47 bushels below the 146 produced in 2011. Indiana’s soybean production was 223.6 million bushels, down 7 percent from last year’s 240.7 million bushels. Harvested acreage is estimated at 5.14 million, down 3 percent from last year’s 5.29 million acres. The average yield of 43.5 bushels per acre was 2.0 bushels below the previous year’s average yield of 45.5. Final Numbers on Indiana 2012 Crop The 2012 winter wheat production totaled 1.65 billion bushels, up 10 percent from the previous year. The United States yield is 47.2 bushels per acre, up 1.0 bushel from 2011. The United States yield is the second highest on record, 0.6 bushel below 1999. Area harvested for grain is estimated at 34.8 million acres, up 8 percent from the previous year. Facebook Twitter Source: Indiana NASS SHARE Final winter wheat production at 20.1 million bushels was down 19 percent from the previous year. Indiana’s 2013 winter wheat seedings for all purposes is forecast at 450,000 acres, up 29 percent from a year ago.  Alfalfa hay production, at 812 thousand tons was down 32 percent from the previous year. Other hay production, at 665 thousand tons, decreased 5 percent. Production of popcorn, at 221.2 million pounds, decreased 20 percent from last year. Peppermint production was down 15 percent and the production of spearmint increased 66 percent from 2011. Nationally, corn for grain production is estimated at 10.8 billion bushels, up 1 percent from the November 1 forecast but 13 percent below 2011. The average yield in the United States is estimated at 123.4 bushels per acre. This is up 1.1 bushels from the November forecast but 23.8 bushels below the 2011 average yield of 147.2. Area harvested for grain is estimated at 87.4 million acres, down slightly from the November forecast but up 4 percent from 2011.U.S. soybean production in 2012 totaled 3.01 billion bushels, up 1 percent from the November 1 forecast but down 3 percent from 2011. United States production is the seventh largest on record. The average yield per acre is estimated at 39.6 bushels, 0.3 bushel above the November 1 forecast but 2.3 bushels below last year’s yield. Harvested area is up 3 percent from 2011 to 76.1 million acres and is the third highest on record. Home Indiana Agriculture News Final Numbers on Indiana 2012 Crop By Gary Truitt – Jan 11, 2013 SHARE Facebook Twitter Previous articleCorn and Wheat up on USDA January Report DataNext articleSeed Consultants Market Watch 1-12-13 Weekly Column with Gary Wilhelmi Gary Truittlast_img read more

Obama presses Aliyev to free jailed bloggers

first_img September 27, 2010 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Obama presses Aliyev to free jailed bloggers Follow the news on Azerbaijan Photos and video of the rally organised by the Support Committee and Reporters Without Borders outside the Azerbaijani embassy in Paris on 22 January are available here: http://en.rsf.org/azerbaijan-another-adjournment-in-case-of-22-01-2010,36188.html AzerbaijanEurope – Central Asia 24/09/2010 Azerbaijan’s supreme court has refused to consider a petition by jailed bloggers Adnan Hadjizade and Emin Milli for their release and for the prosecution of the arresting police officers and the prosecutor who fabricated the case on which they were convicted.The decision to reject the request and to keep the two bloggers in prison was issued by supreme court president Ali Seyfaliyev. Their lawyers have said they will now take the case to the European Court of Human Rights.——————————————————Stubborn authorities refuse to free jailed blogger who qualifies for parole “We’ll hold Ilham Aliyev personally responsible if anything happens to this blogger in France” RSF says News The families of the two bloggers have also addressed an open letter to President Obama and their support committee has launched a petition calling for their immediate release. Sign the petition: http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/free-adnan-hajizada-and-emin-milli/ The hearing about Adnan Hadjizade’s request for early release will take place on 1 October.——————————————————Supreme court refuses to hear petition by jailed bloggers Reporters Without Borders wrote to US President Barack Obama asking him to request the release of journalist Eynulla Fatullayev and bloggers Adnan Hadjizade and Emin Milli when he meets with Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev during tomorrow’s session of the United Nations General Assembly. Read the letter. June 4, 2021 Find out more 18/08/2010 Reporters Without Borders condemns the insistence of the authorities in keeping bloggers Adnan Hadjizade and Emin Milli in prison. A court in the Baku district of Garadag today refused to grant Hadjizade the early conditional release for which he qualifies after completing half of his 24-month jail sentence.Prison director Ali Nabiyev and his deputy opposed his release on the grounds that he was conflictive, did not do enough prison work and met with his lawyer too often. A similar hearing will probably be held for Milli in October, when he will have completed half of his 30-month sentence. Arrested in Baku on 8 July 2009, Hadjizade and Milli were convicted on 11 November on clearly trumped-up charges of hooliganism and “deliberate physical violence.”Their lawyer has appealed to the supreme court, which is due to examine their case on 10 August. The judicial farce is continuing despite the support they have been getting from the international community and the calls for their release that have been voiced by such people as US secretary of state Hillary Clinton and EU commissioner for human rights Thomas Hammarberg.———————————————————————————-First anniversary of arrest of bloggers Adnan Hadjizade and Emin Milli07/07/2010 to go further AzerbaijanEurope – Central Asia Related documents LettertoObamaonAzerbaijanPDF – 76.52 KB center_img 26/07/2010 Help by sharing this information Reporters Without Borders is pleased that US President Barack Obama called on his Azerbaijani counterpart, Ilham Aliyev, to free imprisoned bloggers Emin Milli and Adnan Hadjizade when the two leaders had a bilateral meeting during the UN General Assembly session in New York on 24 September. The White House said Obama urged Aliyev to free the two bloggers as part of an increased effort to protect human rights and implement democratic reforms. Both the families of the bloggers and Reporters Without Borders (in a 23 September letter) had asked Obama to press for their release.———————————————————–Obama urged to press Aliyev for release of journalist and two bloggers Receive email alerts Russian peacekeepers deny foreign reporters access to Nagorno-Karabakh June 8, 2021 Find out more RSF calls for a fully transparent investigation after mine kills two journalists in Azerbaijan Organisation News RSF_en News On the first anniversary of the arrest of bloggers Adnan Hadjizade and Emin Milli, Reporters Without Borders reiterates its call for their immediate release and voices deep exasperation with the Azerbaijani government’s intransigence.“Arrested on trumped-up charges designed to make them look like criminals, these two bloggers are being persecuted for making fun of corrupt politicians in a video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aaecvg7xCIk),” Reporters Without Borders said. “The international community is pressing for their release but the authorities are turning a deaf ear and are continuing to openly violate the right to free expression. The pressure must be maintained until their conviction is overturned and they are freed.”Hadjizade is a video blogger and member of the apolitical “OL! Youth Movement” while Milli is one of the founders of a collective called “The Alumni Network.” They were arrested in Baku on 8 July 2009 for allegedly assaulting two individuals in a restaurant although in reality they were the ones who were attacked. Convicted on charges of hooliganism and “deliberate physical violence,” they were sentenced by a court in the Baku district of Sabail on 11 November 2009 to 24 and 30 months in prison respectively.A Baku appeal court upheld their conviction on 10 March. Their lawyer, Isahan Ashurov, has appealed to the supreme court, which is due to hear the case in mid-August. If necessary, Ashurov plans to take it to the European Court of Human Rights.US secretary of state Hillary Clinton raised their case with the authorities during a visit on 4 July, calling for their release. Many human rights organisations and international bodies such as the European Parliament, Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe and Council of Europe have also condemned their arrest and imprisonment.The Adnan Hadjizade and Emin Milli Support Committee has just launched a new action campaign. Go to the www.adnanemin.com website and the videopetition.blogspot.com blog for more information and to sign the petition. News April 9, 2021 Find out morelast_img read more

Bucksport native wins at Autumn Trail Race

first_imgSULLIVAN — Bucksport’s Clifford Watson earned a first-place finish in the 8-mile run at Sunday’s Frenchman Bay Conservancy Autumn Trail Race.A total of 72 runners competed in the event at Sumner Memorial High School. The event featured 4- and 8-mile races and was held in conjunction with the Oct. 29 Wildlands Trail Race.Watson, 35, finished in 1 hour, 6 minutes, 31 seconds to beat out second-place finisher Eric Mauricette of Baileyville. Bar Harbor natives Jeremy Dougherty, Bryant Perkins and Peter Keeney finished third, fourth and fifth, respectively.In the 4-mile race, Tremont’s Finian Burns finished first with a time of 34:45. Bar Harbor’s Jennifer VanDongen was second, and Sol Lorio (Blue Hill), Rowan Gagne (Franklin) and Tim Fisher (Gouldsboro) rounded out the top five.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textlast_img read more

Sumner County schools stay put in 2014-15 KSHSAA classification count

first_imgby Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — The Kansas State High School Activities Association released its annual classifications for all sports except football based on enrollment in grades ninth through 12th.The classifications are based on school enrollment figures across the state of Kansas.Wellington turned in an enrollment of 494 which puts the school in the middle of the pack in Class 4A. Last year, Wellington was at 477 students, so the school has jumped up 17 students from 2013.Since Class 4A is divided into two divisions – with the top 32 schools in Div. 1 and the bottom 32 in Div. II – it is not determined which division Wellington is in. Wellington was in Class 4A Div. 1 in 2013-14. Chances are if the school has increased in enrollment then the Crusaders will remain in Division 1. But that has yet to be confirmed.The Class 4A Div. 1 and 2 divisions determine post season play in volleyball, basketball, baseball and softball. All individual sports like wrestling, tennis, track, and golf will remain in the traditional Class 4A format of 64 teams. The 4A DI and DII list won’t come out until next week by the KSHSAA when the organization announces sub-state volleyball pairings.The same goes for Class 1A, which is also divided into two classifications for basketball.Much of the drama with classifications in Wellington, is not where Wellington lands —  Class 4A is a given — but where the competition lands.First of all, Wichita Collegiate is remaining in Class 3A (Wellington fans cheer, Conway Springs fans groan). The Spartans turned in an enrollment of 262, the second biggest school in 3A. Haven is the biggest with 264. On the other side of the coin, Hays has fallen to Class 4A. Yes, the community that hosts Fort Hays State University is in the same classification as Wellington.Andover Central, which is in Class 4A in football, has moved up to Class 5A in all other sports. Scott City returns to 3A, while Holcomb, another western Kansas school, has moved up to Class 4A.In the smaller ranks, Udall has moved up from Class 1A to 2A which will put it with Oxford which remains in 2A.Pratt-Skyline has dropped from 2A to 1A.The full KSHSAA 2014-15 classifications are as follows: Class 6ACampus 1584, Derby 1963, Dodge City 1930, Garden City 2073, Gardner-Edgerton 1480, Hutchinson 1507, Junction City 1767, KC Wyandotte 1487, Lawrence 1469, Lawrence Free State 1575, Maize 1389, Manhattan 1693, Olathe East 2029, Olathe North 2152, Olathe Northwest 2000, Olathe South 2113, BV 1496, BV North 1511, BV Northwest 1585, SM East 1635, SM North 1485, SM Northwest 1781, SM South 1387, SM West 1822, Topeka 1738, Topeka Washburn Rural 1846, Wichita East 2301, Wichita North 2242, Wichita Northwest 1454, Wichita South 1828, Wichita Southeast 1755, Wichita West 1509.Class 5AAndover Central 764, Andover 825, Arkansas City 811, Bishop Carroll 1166, BV Southwest 1106, BV West 1375, Emporia 1134, Goddard 798, Goddard Eisenhower 869, Great Bend 942,KC Schlagle 831, Kapaun Mount Carmel 886, KC Harmon 1288, KC Turner 1182, KC Washington 1021, Lansing 891, Leavenworth 1347, Liberal 1264, Maize South 760, Mill Valley 1287, Newton 1067, St. James Academy 839, St. Thomas Aquinas 886, Pittsburg 814, Salina Central 1032, Salina South 1053, Shawnee Heights 1163, Topeka West 1022, Topeka Highland Park 802, Topeka Seaman 1198, Valley Center 851, Wichita Heights 1383.Class 4AAbilene 521, Andale 443, Anderson County 316, Atchison 434, Augusta 656, Baldwin 440, Basehor-Linwood 656, Baxter Springs 310, Bishop Miege 712, Bonner Springs 756, Buhler 626, Chanute 525, Chapman 346, Circle 536, Clay Center 332, Clearwater 357, Coffeyville 455, Colby 287, Columbus 302, Concordia 283, De Soto 740, El Dorado 584, Eudora 447, Fort Scott 550, Frontenac 269, Girard 323, Goodland 275, Hays 730, Holcomb 281, Holton 306, Hugoton 274, Independence 553, Iola 347, Jefferson West 282, KC Ward 345, KC Piper 569, KC Sumner 691, Labette County 503, Larned 272, Louisburg 517, McPherson 700, Mulvane 543, Nickerson 304, Osawatomie 358, Ottawa 683, Paola 568, Parsons 368, Perry-Lecompton 268, Prairie View 308, Pratt 291, Rock Creek 272, Rose Hill 558, Royal Valley 283, Santa Fe Trail 324, Smoky Valley 292, Spring Hill 692, Thomas More Prep 265, Tonganoxie 611, Topeka Hayden 447, Ulysses 486, Wamego 444, Wellington 494, Wichita Trinity Academy 315, Winfield 647.Class 3AAtchison County 217, Belle Plaine 166, Beloit 237, Bluestem 179, Burlington 255, Caney Valley 214, Central Heights 202, Chaparral 246, Cheney 234, Cherryvale 239, Cimarron 155, Conway Springs 203, Council Grove 232, Douglass 231, Ellsworth 166, Erie 191, Eureka 186, Fredonia 203, Galena 230, Garden Plain 193, Halstead 255, Haven 264, Hesston 255, Hiawatha 245, Hillsboro 163, Hoisington 197, Horton 155, Humboldt 184, Hutchinson Trinity 179, Kingman 250, Jayhawk-Linn 154, Lakin 195, Lyons 194, Marion 160, Marysville 245, Maur Hill-Mount Academy 204, Minneapolis 205, NE-Arma 162, Nemaha Central 249, Neodesha 218, Norton 197, Osage City 193, Oskaloosa 178, Phillipsburg 169, Pleasant Ridge 231, Remington 154, Riley County 201, Riverside 201, Riverton 227, Rossville 189, Russell 225, Sabetha 240, Scott City 259, SE-Cherokee 234, SE-Saline 228, Southwestern Heights 200, West Franklin 192, Sedgwick 163, Silver Lake 226, St. Mary’s 189, Sterling 166, Wellsville 235, Wichita Collegiate 262, Wichita Independent 212.Class 2ABennington 143, Berean Academy 138, Bishop Seabury 101 , Burlingame 104, Canton-Galva 108, Central Plains 105, Chase County 118, Elkhart 132, Ellinwood 128, Ell-Saline 152, Ellis 137, Herington 112, Hill City 111, Inman 133, Jackson Heights 132, Jefferson North 133, KC Maranatha 137, Kinsley 99, Kiowa County 104, Leoti 128, Lincoln 98, Little River 99, Lyndon 125, McLouth 150, Meade 135, Medicine Lodge 128, Mission Valley 146, Moundridge 121, Ness City 104, Northern Heights 128, Oakley 126, Oberlin101, Olathe Heritage Christian 110, Olpe 105, Onaga 100, Oswego 121, Oxford 121, Peabody-Burns 96, Pittsburg Colgan 149, Plainville 135, KC Christian 150, Salina Sacred Heart 152, Sedan 115, Smith Center 118, Solomon 99, South Central 98, South Gray 101, Stanton County 122, Spearville 109, St. John 113, Sublette 144, Syracuse 154, Troy 100, Udall 104, Uniontown 132, Valley Falls 121, WaKeeney 113, Wabaunsee 147, Wakefield 101, Washington County 141, West Elk 97, Yates Center 135.Class 1AAltoona-Midway 54, Argonia 49, Ashland 63, Atchison Riverbend International School 5, Attica 41, Axtell 62, Beloit-St. John’s 42, Brewster 36, Bucklin 58, Burrton 67, BV-Randolph 50, Caldwell 62, Cedar Vale 45, Centralia 92, Central-Burden 87, Centre 83, Chase 57, Chetopa 72, Cheylin 51, Clifton-Clyde 85, Crest 67, Cunningham 39, Deerfield 62, Dexter 37, Dighton 67, Doniphan West 91, Elk Valley 45, Elyria Christian 46, Fairfield 80, Flinthills 90, Fowler 43, Frankfort 68, Glasco 26, Goessel 82, Golden Plains 47, Greeley County 67, Hamilton 29, Hanover 75, Hartford 77, Healy 27, Hodgeman County 91, Hope 33, Hoxie 78, Hutchinson Central Christian 53, Ingalls 67, La Crosse 91, Lakeside 77, Leavenworth Immaculata 87, Lebo 88, Linn 62, Logan 52, Macksville 93, Madison 84, Marais Des Cygnes 84, Marmaton Valley 86, Miltonvale 29, Minneola 79, Moscow 63, Natoma 47, Northern Valley 59, Norwich 64, Osborne 89, Otis-Bison 73, Palco 27, Pawnee Heights 28, Pike Valley 62, Pleasanton 79, Pratt Skyline 96, Pretty Prairie 81, Quinter 83, Rock Hills 90, Rolla 66, Satanta 84, South Barber 65, South Haven 74, Southern Coffey County 79, St. Francis 87, St. John’s Military Academy 74, St. Paul 81, St. Xavier 38, Stafford 65, Stockton 90, Sylvan-Lucas 55, Tescott 44, Thunder Ridge 70, Tipton 22, Triplains 27, Valley Heights 96, Victoria 72, Wallace County 57, Waverly 79, Weskan 37, Western Plains 48, Wetmore 60, Wheatland-Grinnell 53, White City 42, Wilson 56.Follow us on Twitter. 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Tom Brady, Bill Belichick at a loss over Patriots’ continued offensive struggles vs. Texans

first_imgThe offense was again a concern for New England, with Brady completing just 24 of his 47 passes, though he did finish with three touchdowns and one interception.MORE: Tom Brady gives Patriots receivers an earful as offense lagsHaving trailed 21-3 and 28-9 before the Pats made it closer in the latter stages against Houston (8-4), Brady acknowledged the team had to get better before a huge Week 14 home game against Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs (8-4).”Just execution, [we’ve] got to do a better job,” Brady said of the loss. “Tough to get behind and come back. We just put ourselves in a pretty deep hole and you can’t do that on the road. We didn’t get the job done. We’re all trying to do a good job out there, and give them [Houston] credit, they played well.”We didn’t make enough plays and it just wasn’t a great game. We’re battling. We’re trying as hard as we can. Hopefully we can make enough plays and be the best we can be.  “Let’s see if we can get to a good place and put ourselves in a good position. We’ve got a tough one this week. It’s a long flight home. We’ll try to get ready and get back at it.”Watch @Patriots’s broadcast: Tom Brady Live Postgame Press Conference https://t.co/SgQ2eHnmy8— Matt Velasquez-Jäger (@Matt_InThe_805) December 2, 2019MORE: All Antonio Brown wants for Christmas is … the Patriots? Tom Brady conceded the New England Patriots are still “battling” to find their best form after going down to a 28-22 defeat against the Houston Texans.Sunday’s road loss dropped the Patriots to 10-2, just one game clear of the 9-3 Buffalo Bills in the AFC East and giving them the same record as the Baltimore Ravens in the race to be number one seed. Coach Bill Belichick was similarly unsatisfied by the Patriots’ performance, saying: “It just wasn’t good enough in any area and they were the better team. Pretty much sums it up.”We [have] all got to do a better job. We gave up 28 points. We’ve got to perform better. Got to coach better, got to play better. In the first half, it just wasn’t good enough in any phase of the game.”They [Houston] did a good job executing. Made quite a few plays on second down, scored in the red area. We couldn’t stop them in the red area. That would have helped us a lot, but we couldn’t do it.”Bill Belichick is one of a kind. pic.twitter.com/graJYVQWeD— NFL GameDay (@NFLGameDay) December 2, 2019last_img read more